Continuing to evolve it annual football sim release, new reports have suggested the upcoming FIFA 13 release will see improved free-kicks
Ahead of the game’s annually awaited autumn release, the first FIFA 13 screenshots and new features have appeared online.
Set to be officially showcased at next month’s LA based E3 convention, FIFA 13 is set to build on the globally successful collision impact engine introducing FIFA 12 with new reports suggesting the 2012/2013 season fitting FIFA release will land boasting enhanced first-touch, dribbling and free-kick features.
Whilst developer EA Sports has yet to formally out its next-generation football sim, simply revealing it will adopt new dimensional imaging software to improve player likenesses, new reports courtesy of gaming blog Dark Side of Gaming have suggesting a number of new features will be introduced in FIFA 13 whilst others are simply set for a polish.
Optimising the collision impact engine to rid it of farcical animations, EA also looks set to up the skill level involved in FIFA 13 with dribbling requiring more of gamers than a simple direction change. Elsewhere free-kicks are to be overhauled with improved tactical offerings providing enhanced user experiences be they in attacking or defensive passages of play.